Corrected entry: In the first film Clark had to spend twelve years honing his powers so he could use them properly. In this one the villains are released and manage to master them instantly.
Corrected entry: The kid that begs General Zod to "let my daddy down" is speaking with an obvious British accent, despite the fact that the scene is set in Idaho.
Corrected entry: when Clark saves Lois from drowning in the river he uses his laser vision, but he doesn't remove his glasses, so shouldn't his glasses have melted?
Corrected entry: When fighting the villains at the Fortress of Solitude, Superman makes duplicates of himself that appear and disappear. He says that he likes this game, and used to play it as a boy. Since he was sent to Earth as a baby and there were none like him on Earth, who did he play it with?wizard_of_gore
Corrected entry: During the scene in East Huston, Idaho, when the three phantom zone criminals are terrorizing the small town, there are several vehicles that are seen as random vehicles about town. Specifically there is a white 1970 Mustang hardtop, a blue 71 Mustang hardtop, a white 71 Mustang fastback, a red 1972 LTD and a brown and gold two-tone 1970 Javelin. Each of these vehicles is then later seen in the 'Metropolis' street scene when Superman is fighting the three criminals. In addition, the red LTD looks suspiciously like the red LTD that Lois drove in the finale of the first 'Superman' movie.
Corrected entry: I always find it comical that Ursa reacts with pain when the snake bites her at the lake. The snake should've broken its teeth on Ursa, who would've felt nothing.
Corrected entry: Shortly after landing on Earth Ursa picks up a snake which bites her. In obvious pain (since she has never seen a snake and therefore would not expect a snakebite to hurt) - she throws the snake to the ground and lights it on fire with her eyes. However, once on Earth Ursa has the same powers as Superman and since a snake could not hurt Superman, why can it hurt her?